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What Has Coronavirus Taught Us?
by Bijay Kant Dubey
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Do not party,
Maintain physical distance,
Avoid contact,
Do not hug or handshake,
Wash hands,
Keep yourself clean.
 
Live where you are
As that's your land,
Even a stranger can be your own,
Do not drive unnecessarily,
Care for the environment.
 
Death is a great leveller,
Wear a mask,
And who'll be near you when you die
Don’t ask for it
As somebody else too can be your own
Attending to you
And nursing you.
 
The body of baser things
Will return to baser stuffs,
Don't worry about it
And when someone dies,
Rites and rituals must be restricted,
Why invite so many
For the customary feast?
 
The marriage ceremony too
A private affair,
Why call so many?
Keep everything private and personal,
Keep an eye over health and hygiene. 
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May 22, 2021
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Comment 100% rightly said in this poem ! It is better to follow precautionary measures to avoid unnecessary emergency situation !

T A Ramesh
05/22/2021 07:19 AM




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